Plus, we get a tease of how the game might look in 4K.
Sea of Thieves, like most games headed to Xbox, will also be getting a release on the PC,on Windows 10, via Microsoft’s Windows Store. And while we have seen a lot of the game over the last few months, the latest update by Microsoft and Rare shows us the PC version of the game specifically.
The video shows off the game running on ultrawide monitors (that is, monitors with a 21:9 aspect ratio), and we also get teased about how it looks in 4K. We get an update on the game’s control on PC (while key remapping still doesn’t seem to be developed into the game, it seems developers have found a way to enable players to play with the direction keys instead of the WASD keys).
You can check out the footage for yourself below- will you be getting Sea of Thieves on PC? Sea of Thieves is Rare’s first non Kinect game in almost a decade, and it is due out exclusively on the Xbox One and on Windows 10 PCs next year.